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PTI
January 15, 2017
Travel and tour operators want the government to exempt service tax on foreign exchange earned on inbound tours in the upcoming Budget.


Ishfaq Naseem
October 3, 2016
Protests over the killing of Burhan Wani and the subsequent shutdown have only added to the woes of the telecom sector in J&K.


Karan Dhar
August 11, 2016
August is here. In the valley, around this time apples are plucked from orchards, carefully packed in wooden or cardboard boxes and then loaded onto trucks to be shipped to the rest of the country and abroad.


By Joe C. Mathew
August 5, 2016
Indian GDP might have grown at 7.6 percent in 2015-16, but the country's five key labour intensive and export-oriented sectors have seen at least 50,000 job losses last year (2015).


By Nidhi Singal
Delhi, January 25, 2016
If 2015 was the year of innovations in the hardware space, with fancy gadgets hitting the stores every other day, 2016 promises to showcase what these innovations are capable of.


BT Online
New Delhi, December 3, 2015
The stocks rose as investors made bullish bets on the hospitality sector with the advent of the annual holiday season.


Maneesh Pandey
New Delhi, October 23, 2015
Poor seat occupancy, economically unviable routes and massive losses owing to repeated technical snags are grounding AI's fleet at crucial hours.


Tapati Ghoshe
July 11, 2014
Being the maiden budget of this Government, drafted within a few weeks, this budget is a mode to give direction stressing on the 5 Ts - Talent, Tradition, Tourism, Trade and Technology - a term coined by the PM to build Brand India.


Manoj Kumar
New Delhi, February 7, 2014
The government is likely to cut its estimate of 5 per cent growth forecast for the fiscal year that ends on March 31, thanks to a slower-than-expected recovery by industries.


Manu Kaushik
October 25, 2013
While public sector units across sectors have dropped in the BT 500 rankings, the fall is more pronounced in the banking, minerals and mining, and oil and gas sectors. The problem with PSUs, says U.R. Bhat, Managing Director at investment advisory firm Dalton Capital Advisors, is too much government interference.


Rahul Oberoi/Money Today
May 7, 2013
Before investing in iron ore you should look at factors such as the government's mining policies, likely export/import figures and demand in key consuming countries such as China.


www.businesstoday.in
March 25, 2013
Finance Minister P. Chidambaram, not known to mince words, has warned corporate promoters against wilful defaults at a meeting with heads of state-run banks.


Pritam P Hans
March 9, 2013
As economies the world over try to revive their real estate industries, they are offering incentives to buyers from other countries. That's why it may be the right time to invest in properties abroad, say experts.


D. K . Srivastava
February 2, 2013
It is the right time to completely deregulate fuel prices and limit petroleum subsidies to targeted users of kerosene.


BT Online Bureau
New Delhi, August 29, 2012
British Airways has said the increase in airport charges at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport has forced it to revisit its India strategy.


Rahul Oberoi/Money Today
July 30, 2012
For an equity investor in search of a bargain, the best place to find stocks with potential is the 52-week low charts, at least in the present market. A look at the best stocks among those that touched their year's low in the first quarter of 2012-13.


Team BT
June 20, 2012
Is the economy chugging along or nearly stalled? Depends on how you look at it.


IANS
New Delhi, June 5, 2012
Air India has reported a healthy 82 per cent load factor on its domestic flights in May, even while its international operations were crippled during the month due to a pilots' strike.


Associated Press
Athens, May 27, 2012
As Greece creaks under its untenable debt and a shrinking economy, the possibility that it could stop using the euro is becoming increasingly likely. Here's a look at what else could happen:


Anand J
April 20, 2012
Despite occupancy in Indian hotels falling to 60 per cent last year, these hotel chains insist India is the world's second-fastest growing hospitality market after China.


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